McNally re Funding Formula letter of support from SD61 Board [did not support in vote] : We needed to have done much more public engagement, ie open houses, focus groups on an issue that very likely will bring significant and profound change. The majority of people I have spoken with have no idea how profile funding will work or what the implications are.
Month: April 2018
Public goods should be funded by public money through sufficient taxes to provide optimum operation. Both public education and public health – hospitals – are critical public goods, yet both are dependent on fundraising or the personally favoured cause of wealthy philanthropists. Education and hospitals should not have to turn to bake sales and golf tournaments for funding.
SD61 Budget information can be found here. Special Budget Meeting – Thursday, April 12, 2018, 7 p.m. Operations Policy and Planning (OPPS) Committee Meeting –Monday, April 16, 2018, 7 p.m. Special Budget Meeting – Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 7 p.m., or Comment in writing to email@example.com Present: McNally, Nohr, Paynter, Watters, Whiteaker Regrets: Board Chair Loring-Kuhanga, Orcherton Absent: […]
” 80-120 entries in Grade 6 every year. Retention very high for late French Immersion students – almost none leave the program.”